India unveils spacecraft for second moon mission in race to become space ‘superpower’

India has announced that it will launch its second lunar mission in mid-July in a race to become a leading space superpower

The mission, if successful, would make India only the fourth country behind the United States, Russia and China to perform a “soft” landing on the moon and put a rover on it. China successfully landed a lunar rover in January.

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